Thursday, 26 January 2012

IRIN Africa | AFRICA: High cost of child trafficking | DRC | Congo | Gabon | Equatorial Guinea | Children | Conflict | Human Rights

IRIN Africa AFRICA: High cost of child trafficking DRC Congo Gabon Equatorial Guinea Children Conflict Human Rights
Forced child labour remains rampant in Central Africa, where poverty fuels the trafficking of children from poorer countries to oil-rich states such as Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and the Republic of Congo, according to experts.

1 comment:

Peter Singhatey said...

Unfortunately trafficking in children is real and evident with far reaching and devastating long term consequences for the poor and vulnerable caught up in the trade